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Is it another placebo button to placate the human livestock compliments of our oh-so benevolent gubbermint or does it actually have teeth? My number continues to get annihilated by what I'm led to believe are illegal calls.
Screening and filtering assume a known list of numbers. The problem is these numbers are unknown. 68% of my calls last year were from one-time numbers. Nomo can't combat this.
These aren't calls with hidden numbers or anonymity. It's an onslaught of one-time toll-free and local-area calls with or without valid Caller ID data. These calls have Caller ID data but are only used once. Nomo can't combat that.
Have it- and it gets maybe 20% of the illegal harassment calls. It does not appear to work on spoofed numbers which are supposed to be illegal. My understanding of the law is that service providers are supposed to take a more active role in dealing with the problem- but I suppose like most new laws passed ostensibly to protect consumers, there's probably no teeth to the new law which amounts to another placebo button to placate a herd of gullible animals.
Because of the scale of the problem I keep all my ringers off... don't want to hear them at all... and by your response you've essentially said that Cox isn't doing a damned thing. It's illegal targeted harassment that has been going on for decades.